Fodor's Expert Review La Soupe Populaire

$$ Prenzlauer Berg German Fodor's Choice

Berliners love glamorous ruins, and Bötzow Brauerei, the old brewery complex that houses this restaurant, is one of the most evocative settings around. Local chef Tim Raue serves reinterpreted Berlin classics in the soaring industrial space, where culinary art and fine art come together–-the ground floor houses a gallery of work by rotating artists-in-residence. Upstairs in the airy open restaurant, decorated with vintage furniture, highlights on the menu include the Königsberger Klöpse—meatballs served with potato mash, which Raue served President Barack Obama on his visit to the German capital. Finish with the Bienenstich (literally "bee sting") cake, a classic German dessert with a crisp honey-almond topping. Here, it comes with a little chocolate bee perched on the plate.

German New Trendy Sceney Prix-Fixe Lunch Dinner $$ Fodor's Choice

Quick Facts

Prenzlauer Allee 242
Berlin, Berlin  10405, Germany

030-4431–9680

www.lasoupepopulaire.de

Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Closed Sun.–Wed., Reservations essential

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